This year has seen Hope become more and more involved in re-homing and rescuing animals and it is not something we are equipped to do. We do not have the facilities for fostering animals in need; what we can do is, offer advice and point you in the direction of those that can help you. Other Animal Rescue Associations use our website to advertise and raise awareness of the animals that they have in their care, looking for forever homes.
This year we have been able to support the following associations by way of donations, this is because of the tireless work Hope’s team of volunteers and, of course, the kind generosity of the general public who support Hope’s fundraising events.
Twilight Maison Retrait pour les Chiens
Levriers & co
Hope also supports several independent cat sterilisation programmes.
If you find an abandoned animal or animal in need, the first thing you must do is take it to the vet to see if it has any ID i.e. tattoo or chip, with this identification the vet will be able to locate the animal’s owner. If there is no ID then your vet will tell you what to do next.
If you would like to donate to The Hope Association and help us to help animals in need, scroll down and press the donate button on the bottom of this page.
The Hope Book Sale, 24th, 25th, 26th May at Clussais-La Pommeraie, find out more by clicking here.
Problems with feral cats? Please note that Hope Association does not re-home feral cats or kittens, nor can we finance their operations.